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Harvest Grain Mill

(19 customer reviews)

$345.00

Life in Healthy Balance® with
The World’s Greatest Grain Mills®

  • 450 Watt Heavy-Duty Motor
  • Auto-Shutoff Thermal Protection
  • Near Diamond Hard Corundum Grainmaster Milling Stones
  • Durable Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Bamboo Housing
  • Patented Texture Control Knob
  • Tested and Listed by CSA
  • Meets all US Safety Standards
  • 5-Year Warranty
  • Designed and Assembled in the USA

Description

The Most Versatile Mill on The Market

Quickly and easily mill all non-oily grains, beans, and legumes. Shaped from bamboo the Harvest is elegant all while being eco-friendly and sustainable. The countertop size fits easily into any kitchen, and the adjustable texture control knob enables a choice to mill fine, medium, or coarse (cracked grain to a pasty fine flour) to fit your baking needs. The near diamond-hard corundum milling stones offer exceptional cutting performance to mill even the hardest of grains and create high-quality flour.

Milling For Everyone

The NutriMill Harvest was designed for daily use in your home. Grain mills are often thought of as wheat flour and bread-making machines but they can do so much more.

Though the NutriMill Harvest is excellent for grinding wheat it can also grind gluten-free grains, beans, lentils, rice, etc. Add quinoa flour to thicken your soups or sauces, make rice flour for baby food and bread, create your favorite whole-grain cereal with cracked grains, or make delicious brownies with fresh black bean flour.

Powerful

An industry-leading 450-watt motor coupled with near diamond hardness milling stones powers the Harvest, making sure it is ready for any grinding task.

Beautiful

One of the most beautiful small appliances on the market, you will want to proudly display the Harvest flour mill on your countertop. Choose from a variety of colors to match your unique kitchen style.

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SKU – 789000

Additional information

Weight

18.7 pounds

Product Dimensions

15 x 12.5 x 10.7 inches

Housing Material

Sustainable Bamboo

Warranty

5 Years

Resources

Harvest Resources

19 reviews for Harvest Grain Mill

Customer Images

Image #1 from Denise S.
Image #2 from Julia T.
Image #3 from Susan M.
Image #1 from Denise S.

Denise S.

I am really loving my mill it is easy to use does a great job grinding wheat into fine flour . It is very attractive on the countertop . Very pleased with my purchase.

Image #2 from Julia T.

Julia T.

I love my Nutrimill Harvest! The only thing that I was disappointed about was that the finest setting wasn't as fine as I was expecting for my whole wheat flour. I troubleshoot this by milling my grains twice; first on a medium-coarse setting and then re-milling on the finest setting and it comes out beautifully the second time! I love how beautiful the appliance is and I can leave it on my counter for easy access.

Image #3 from Susan M.

Susan M.

I love my new Harvest grain mill… I can grind all types of grains from course to fine!!!

Image #1 from Denise S.
Image #2 from Julia T.
Image #3 from Susan M.
  1. Elizabeth C. (verified owner)

    I absolutely love my NutriMill. I’ve been making my own bread for years and use a quality flour from King Arthur Flour company but have always been concerned about the processing. Now I use organic wheat berries from a local farmer, ground myself, and am so pleased with the results. My neighbors help me occasionally and are happy to be paid with baked goods and they are delighted with the new breads. Not to mention that the mill looks great on my kitchen counter. I was concerned with how loud it would be after reading comments about mills using micronizers (scary) but this mill is not ear shattering, it doesn’t even disturb my cats! I give it a top rating all around.

  2. Corrie (verified owner)

    I was making my own flours in a dedicated Vitamix carafe. It worked ok for the random addition but you can only get a couple options with this method; either various textures in one quick blend or blend the heck out of it and get really powder fine (with a few leftover bits). Really hard grains were problematic and you have a limited carafe amount per blend. Overall, it’s just a different “thing” than stone milling. I was going to get the Kitchen aid grain attachment but…in my many years of cooking, it has become obvious that usually, one appliance usually does one thing best. So I went for the Nutrimill! It’s high quality, very easy to use, the texture dial is great. It does take some getting used to, slow feed at first to not “bind the stones” but after about three attempts you start to understand how it works. Fresh flour is really, just the best thing. It has elevated all my recipes. The increase in nourishment is obvious, the taste is so.much.better. When you go back to bagged flour, you really see that it is, well, pretty much dead and starchy :(. I’ve been milling lentils to make pastas and that has been working great too! The price of the Harvest unit is really quite amazing considering the high quality and five year warranty. Take this opportunity to make real food. Very happy with my investment!

  3. Denise S. (verified owner)

    I am really loving my mill it is easy to use does a great job grinding wheat into fine flour . It is very attractive on the countertop . Very pleased with my purchase.

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  4. Debbie (verified owner)

    Absolutely love it! Easy to use, grinds beautifully.

  5. Patricia Y. (verified owner)

    I love my new Harvest Grain Mill! Not only is it really attractive, it grinds my wheat berries perfectly. It can grind them very fine for pastries and not so fine for cream of wheat. It is beauty and functional in one!

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Is this grain mill powerful enough to grind harder things, like date pits? I'm been reading how highly nutritious they are & would love to have a grain mill that can do any grains, beans, as well as harder things like date pits. Anne C asked on June 3, 2022

Hard Pits or Oily Seeds will not work in our grain mills. Date Pits have a high oil/fat content and will likely gum up the mill stones. You can read more in the user manual below pages 7-9.

NutriMill Team answered on June 10, 2022 store manager
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What corns will I be able to grind in the NutriMill Harvest? Rhoda asked on May 13, 2022

The Harvest grain mill does a great job milling dried field corn, but we do NOT recommend popcorn as it is too hard and can damage the millstones.

NutriMill Team answered on May 17, 2022 store manager
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What is a large amount of flour to grind? Will the Harvest grind 4 1/3 cups of flour without getting hot? Cindy asked on April 4, 2022

The Harvest can run almost indefinitely. However, if you plan on milling 50 pounds worth of grains or more at one time we recommend resting the machine every 10 minutes.

NutriMill Team answered on April 20, 2022 store manager
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Why, if I just slightly back off the stones from touching, I only get, at best, a cracked flour [from Hard Red WW] I have to mill each batch 4 times to get a reasonably fine flour. Each time I can turn the knob a bit more CW before the stones hit. Seems like the berries are pushing the stones apart. When milling 2,3,4 times I have to push the flour in the hopper as it won't free feed. I've never been able to get a fine flour with less than 3 passes through the mill. Craig Whitley asked on April 4, 2022

The way the Harvest Mill works is when the Knob in the Grain Hopper Bowl is turned clockwise this brings the 2 Milling stones closer together. So, a couple of steps to follow each time you use the Mill are:

• Turn on the Mill

• Turn the Knob clockwise until you hear the Milling Stones start to touch (do not back-off when they touch)

• Pour the grain in the Hopper Bowl

• Continue turning the Knob clockwise until you reach the desired flour texture

(When milling corn or legumes you may need to turn the Knob counterclockwise for the grain to feed because of the larger size)

• After all the grain has been milled and before turning off the Mill turn the Knob counterclockwise until you do not hear the Milling Stones touching

(This will help ensure the Mill will start right up the next time you use it)

• Turn off the Mill

NutriMill Team answered on April 22, 2022 store manager
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Can this grind buckwheat with the hulls or should they be hulled? Jennifer Lynch asked on March 14, 2022

Yes, you can grind buckwheat with the hulls.

NutriMill Team answered on March 15, 2022 store manager
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